restricted access   Volume 35, Number 1, 2014

Table of Contents

Editors’ Note: Reproduction, Motherhood, and Sexuality

pp. vii-viii

Intimate Matters at Twenty-Five
Reflections on the History of US Sexuality


pp. 1-3

African American Women’s Sexuality

pp. 4-10

LGBT History

pp. 11-19

“Early America”

pp. 20-25

Race-ing Sex

pp. 26-36

Intimate Matters after Twenty-Five Years: Reminiscence and Reflections

pp. 37-40

Comment on “Intimate Matters after Twenty-Five Years”

pp. 41-42

“It’s Very Little I Know about the Facts of Life to This Day”: Speaking about the Silence Surrounding Sex

pp. 43-72

Colonizing the (Reproductive) Future: The Discursive Construction of ARTS as Technologies of Self

pp. 73-106

Sterilization as Cyborg Performance: Reproductive Freedom and the Regulation of Sterilization

pp. 107-131

Misconceived Metaphors: Irene Vilar’s Impossible Motherhood: Testimony of an Abortion Addict

pp. 132-159

Without a Conceivable Future: Figuring the Mother in Alfonso Cuarón’s Children of Men

pp. 160-180

Pearl S. Buck’s “American Children”: US Democracy, Adoption of the Amerasian Child, and the Occupation of Japan in The Hidden Flower

pp. 181-210

Artist Statement: Mother and Son

pp. 211-213


pp. 214-217